- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: Mar 26 2020
- Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Webinar: What Women and Diverse Candidates Want From Recruiters
Inclusion. Advocacy. Retention. Equity.
An Online Course to Help Frontline Managers, Recruiters, and Talent Development Leaders Learn How to Recruit and Retain Diverse Women Candidates.
What we already know about recruiting women and diverse candidates, it’s ineffectively, insufficiently, and often a dismal failure. We acknowledge there’s a problem; what we haven’t identified are actionable recruiting solutions. The critical talent-acquisition questions are, what’s so different about hiring women or diverse candidates than men? What do women and underserved candidates want from recruiters? Can you be a brand advocate for diversity while pushing women into your candidate pipeline? What can you do to combine recruiting, advocacy, retention, and equity?
Additional Bold Questions For Attendees: How granular is your exclusion and how engrained are your traditions? Are granular exclusions blocking managers’ ability to see beyond a candidate’s race and gender?
Margaret Spence, author of Leadership Self-Transformation: 52 Career-Defining Questions Every High- Achieving Women Must Answer and Founder of The Ten-X Leadership Academy for Women, challenges organizations to upend and rethink the way they recruit women and diverse candidates.
Margaret will walk you through a three steps process to transform your brand messaging, improve your recruiting process while attracting and hiring women and diverse candidates. Move your organization from offering the opportunity to being a catalyst for growing the number of diverse employees in your ranks.
Who Should Attend:
Every talent-acquisition leader or recruiter charged with increasing the number of women candidates and minorities on your team.
Talent managers who are focused on successfully hiring women and diverse candidates and who are keenly focused on post-hire candidate success.
Anyone looking to expand the number of women and minority candidates in their organization.
Organizations that are looking to transform their brand messaging around recruiting women and empowering diversity.
What to Expect:
An honest discussion about how we fail women during the recruiting process and what we can do to break the cycle.
A spirited conversation about moving from sourcing talent to becoming an advocate for women.
A critical evaluation of ways to effectively recruit women as a core competency instead of a strategy for recruiters.
How to engage women in the recruiting process by asking powerful thought-provoking questions and waiting for the answers.